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07.08.2003, 14:03
Jemand wirbt fleissig für Raubkopien von Windows XP Pro, Office XP usw.
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Habe unter anderem auch eine Meldung an Microsoft gesendet. Hier ist die Antwort der Deppen:


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Ob denen egal ist, daß jemand ihr Software illegal verkauft?

07.08.2003, 14:10
Schreib doch mal an piracy#microsoft.com (wenn`s die noch gibt)

...und dann ging den Spammern das Publikum aus:

07.08.2003, 22:56
illegal#microsoft.com (Telefon 08 00 - 1 81 47 33) kümmert sich um so was.